March 14 is Pi Day (3.14, get it?), and to celebrate the magical and mesmerizing mathematical constant, I've collected a dozen very special pi tributes from around the Web (here's a brief history of pi, to boot).
What would a celebration like this be without a few treats?
Here's Paul Adam Smith's fabulous pumpkin pie (pi) via Flickr:
A scholarly tribute to pi at the Berlin Institute of Technology, in mosaic form at the entrance to its math building:
A geeky tribute in ascii form from Jorel314:
A grittier view of pi, from Street Museo:
The skinny on pi, from Monkeybum:
And did you know pi has a softer side, as seen in this embroidered version from Marieke Kuijjer:
And another embroidery take on pi from Pillowhead Designs:
Here's an artsy take on pi in Seattle near the Seattle Art Museum from Ed Ng:
Pi is chillin' with these pi-ce cubes, as seen in our recent Slideshow of 12 Geekiest Snow and Ice Sculptures:
License to pi, from Kris Beltran:
Pi in the sky, from Edward Webb:
Google paid homage to pi on Pi Day 2010 with this original formula-filled Google Doodle:
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